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Daily News Round #1 for May 18, 2004

Daily News Round #1 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for May 18, 2004
| Posted: May 18, 2004 9:33 am

- NVIDIA Pioneers Consistent Graphics Interface for PCI Express Notebooks

 


In reference to our latest article discussing nVidia's revolutionary new Mobile PCI-Express Module technology, a couple of press releases from nVidia have made their way to my inbox this morning. Ten industry-leading notebook manufacturers have already given the big thumbs up and will be implementing this exciting new technology within notebooks to be announced in the near future. Just right click on the links below and choose "Save target as" to obtain the .DOC formatted PR's.

 

NVIDIA AND TEN LEADING NOTEBOOK MANUFACTURERS LAUNCH CONSISTENT GRAPHICS INTERFACE FOR PCI EXPRESS NOTEBOOKS

 

NVIDIA ANNOUNCES BROAD INDUSTRY SUPPORT FOR MXM INTERFACE

 

Alongside ourselves, several sites around the globe have shared their views on the new MXM technology from nVidia. Links rounded up for you below. I'll update the list as new articles surface folks.

 

HotHardware
TrustedReviews
ExtremeTech
FiringSquad
XBit Labs
Hexus

 

ATI haven't even been able to sit back on this one, they responded with a statement over at HotHardware.

 

SINGAPORE - MAY 18, 2004 - NVIDIA Corporation, the worldwide leader in visual processing solutions, along with the world's leading notebook ODMs, today announced a consistent graphics interface for PCI Express based notebook PCs. The Mobile PCI-Express Module specification (MXM) was jointly designed by NVIDIA and the industry's leading notebook PC manufacturers to create a consistent graphics interface that will accelerate the time to market for PCI-Express-based notebooks.

 

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